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Sport Towers coach congratulates players: "Important away win"

13:30  17 april  2022
13:30  17 april  2022 Source:   pressfrom.com

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Basketball Bundesligaister Hamburg Towers holds unchanged playoff course. Coach Pedro Calles, whose team celebrated a 92:79 (49:41) success at the Lions Braunschweig, has congratulated his players "a very important away win."

Ein Basketball landet im Korb. © Andreas Gora / dpa / Symbol image A basketball lands in the basket.

«Braunschweig has played with a lot of physique and energy from the beginning - and kept this level over the entire game," Calles said. The 19 offensives of the lions as well as the 21 forced ball losses with his team must recognize envious. "But we managed to recover from the slow start. We managed to make our attacks better. That has enabled us open throws. »

In addition, Calles referred to the good hit rate that brought the victory. This was especially for the final quarter in which the Braunschweig shortened with a 6-0 run to 69:70. In the further course, however, the Towers sinked five threesome throws and thus caused the decision and the 17th triumph in the 30th spot game.

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